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British Council - Word Family Framework

British Council - Word Family Framework
About What is the Word Family Framework (WFF)? The WFF is a searchable resource for teachers and learners of English that consists of over 22,000 vocabulary items arranged according to six levels aligned to the Common European Framework of Reference. What can the WFF be used for? 'Vertical searches' identifying all the vocabulary items at one CEFR level identifying all the items at several CEFR levels 'Horizontal searches' identifying the CEFR level of an individual word or group of words identifying the CEFR levels of all the members of a word family in order to decide which items may be worth learning identifying unknown members of word families in order to extend a learner's vocabulary How can the WFF be searched? 1 For horizontal searches to look for a particular word or item, type the term you are looking for in the search box: Then click the Start box: 2 For vertical searches to find all the items at one or more CEFR levels, tick ( ) all the CEFR levels you want: How large is the WFF? 1. - The Slang Dictionary 1569_lp_bfs_fachwortschatzsammlung_englisch.pdf Vocabulary Building Workbook | ESDC This workbook is designed to help you improve your vocabulary. It includes 24 lessons with a variety of exercises to help you learn new words commonly used in the Canadian workplace. Literacy and Essential Skills – for LEARNING, WORK, and LIFE Introduction The Vocabulary Building Workbook will help you improve your vocabulary and learn new words commonly used in the Canadian workplace. The workbook includes 24 lessons with a variety of exercises: Matching Meanings Using the Right Word Relating Meanings Analyzing and Comparing Words Reading Comprehension Crossword Puzzles Top of page Getting Started Each lesson starts with a list of words and definitions, and an example of how each word can be used in a sentence to help you better understand the meaning. Understanding the Parts of Speech Parts of speech help you understand how a word should be used. noun = n. verb = v. adjective = adj. adverb = adv. preposition = prep. Definitions of the Parts of Speech Noun (n.) A noun is a person, a place or a thing.

British road signs with pictures and English words What will I learn from the English lesson on English road signs? This English lesson you will learn the English words for some of the more common road signs. Each picture as the English words written underneath. Print the lesson on road signs in the England and the UK To print the lesson on common road signs you will find in England and the UK click on a white space and choose print. You can click on the printer icon just below and to the right of the contact us menu button at the top of the page or copy and paste the part of the exercise you want onto a word document and then print onto some paper. Lessons that are related to the exercise Learning International road signs with pictures and words Learning transport - modes - English lesson Dictionary and how to use dictionaries Click on the following link for the Online English dictionary - English lesson Easy Pace Learning Forum

Giving directions in English lesson Sometimes you may asked from someone for directions. Giving and asking directions English lesson This lesson you will be learning how to give directions to another person when they ask you for directions on how to go somewhere. and also give examples of how to ask for directions as well. Important verbs and prepositions when giving directions Asking somebody for directions ** Hint The key words are highlighted ** Questions you can ask about directions Can you please tell me how I can get to Oxford Street? Where is the nearest supermarket? How can I get to the local market? I'm trying to get to Downing Street. How do I get to the office? What's the best way to get to your house next ? Where is Mc Donalds can you tell me please? How to give directions to somebody else Go straight on till you see the hospital then turn left. Turn back, you have gone past the turning. Turn left when you see a roundabout. Turn right at the end of the road and my house is number 67. The shop is near the hospital.

Asking for and giving directions English lesson Ask for and give directions English lesson In this English lesson you will how to ask for directions and how to give directions to someone who as asked you. Asking for and giving directions Asking for directions to go somewhere. Where is the chemist? Can you give me directions to the nearest bus stop? How do you get to the train station? Where can I find the nearest bakery? How do I get to park? Is there a supermarket near here? Is there a sports shop around here? Can you tell me how to get to library from here? What’s the best way to get to the computer store from here? What’s the quickest way to get to the music store from here? What’s the easiest way to get to the nearest Mc donalds from here? Asking for and giving directions with examples Asking for and giving directions vocabulary It is on the left It is on the right It is straight on opposite near next to between at the end of Oxford street on the corner of James road at the end of Stanley Street Behind the Petrol station in front of the Mall Example junction

English colloquial expressions and idioms: Try our daily English vocabulary quiz to help build your language skills Splendid Expressions Week 11: Day 3 of 5 Topic: FOOD AND DRINK Complete the following colloquial expressions: Now complete the gaps with the missing words. Make them your own! 1) Do you try to have a square meal every day or do you prefer eating lots of snacks? Get your free worksheet to learn colloquial expressions